When Arne Jacobsen designed the City Hall Clock for Rødovre Town Hall in 1956, he didn’t know he was creating a Danish design icon. One which would be so wide spread, so copied and imitated, that it’s almost become the archetype for what a clock looks like. When great design has become this common place, we sometimes grow blind to it. But the classics always bounce back no matter what momentary trends become fashionable.
This timeless time telling piece is still made in Denmark today. Manufacturer Rosendahl have released it in three sizes to suit different spaces and environments.